Classroom from the Stedham Squirrels Pre-School have paid a visit to Wylds Farm Trees in Liss to pick a tree from the plantation for their classroom.
Manager of Stedham Squirrels Gemma Gabler said: “The youngsters enjoyed a ride in the back of a trailer to the site where the trees are planted.
“They then walked through the trees looking for the perfect one to put in our classroom. This trip allowed us to educate the children on where their Christmas tree may have come from and how they grow. The children also enjoyed feeding the pigs apples and watching them run around in their sty.
“They then enjoyed a drink and a biscuit in the warmth of an open fire, warming up from the rain.”
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